Alan Wallington in the US

  1. #40,208,914 Alan Wallerstedt
  2. #40,208,915 Alan Wallick
  3. #40,208,916 Alan Wallie
  4. #40,208,917 Alan Wallingsford
  5. #40,208,918 Alan Wallington
  6. #40,208,919 Alan Wallisch
  7. #40,208,920 Alan Wallner
  8. #40,208,921 Alan Wallon
  9. #40,208,922 Alan Wallschlaeger
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Meaning & Origins

Of Celtic origin and uncertain derivation (possibly a diminutive of a word meaning ‘rock’). It was introduced into England by Breton followers of William the Conqueror, most notably Alan, Earl of Brittany, who was rewarded for his services with vast estates in the newly conquered kingdom. In Britain the variants Allan and Allen are considerably less frequent, and generally represent transferred uses of surname forms, whereas in America all three forms of the name are approximately equally common. See also Alun.
179th in the U.S.
English: habitational name from any of various places called Wallington. Those in Berkshire, Hampshire, and Greater London are probably all named from the genitive plural of Old English walh ‘foreigner’, ‘Briton’ (see Wallace) + tūn ‘enclosure’, ‘settlement’. One in Northumberland was originally Old English Wealingtūn ‘settlement associated with Wealh’, a personal name or byname. One in Hertfordshire was named as the ‘settlement of the people of Wændel’, an unattested Old English personal name, while one in Norfolk was probably the ‘settlement of the dwellers by the wall (Old English wall)’.
28,820th in the U.S.

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